The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, November 6, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBE6, 1942
THE TEXAS MESQUIT E R
FLEMINGS’ DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
I am quitting business. Reduced prices on all goods except shoes.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kyle and
(daughter, Ann, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Stewart in Turkey. Mr.
Kyle has been transferred to Lub-
bock, where he and his family will
Mrs. John Cullom, Mrs. John
Williams, Mrs. Sneed Kimbrough,
and David Nilson of Dallas were Sat-
urday visitors of Mrs. L. E. C'ullom
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Cul-
lom of Ft. Worth was also a guest.
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Mrs. L. M. Reynolds of Bonham
is visiting her sister, Miss Clarkie
The birthdays of Mrs. Allen Ma-
this and Mrs. Ozell Wright were
clebrated with a dinner Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mathis.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Will Par-
nell, Misses Velma Lee and Lois
Parnell, Mr. and Mrs. Ozell Wright.,
Pleasant Mound; W. H. Lumley, Law
son; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mathis and
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mathis and chil-
dren, Dolores and Jackie.
Miss Mary Lawrence returned
Sunday from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Don Henard, the former Nannie
Lawrence, and her new baby, Nan,
Mrs. Annie Sevier of Bonham,
sister of J. G. Bodine, has a broken
hip which she received in a fall this
week. Mr. Bodine left Wednesday to
be with Mrs. Sevier. He has recently
returned from a trip to Lubbock,:
Plainview and Hale Center, where,
he reports, they have wonderful
Newlyweds Are Living In Dallas
Mrs. Albert Dean, pictur-
ed above, was recently married in
Dallas. Mrs. Dean is the daughter of
Mrs. J. L. Dewberry of New Hope, a
former student of Mesquite High
School. Mr. Dean is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Dean. The couple is
at home in Dallas.
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Mrs. Den Carl of Dallas spent Fri-
day with Mrs. T. C. Ivey.
The Rev. W A. .Roberts was ill
last week but was able to fill the
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson of Bay
City visited Mr. ad Mrs. (Uncle
Pete) Wilson last wee*.
Sgt. and Mrs. Tommie Phillips of
Brownwood spent Sunday with their j
parents Mr. and Mrs. Car,l Phillips.
L. J. Berry went to Austin Sunday
for a meeting with the State Board
of Education on a matter of trans-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Froman and
daughter, Jane of Dallas were Sun-
day afternoon guests of Mrs. John
The Methodist parsonage, home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan Smith, is
undergoing repairs and will be re-
Mrs. Melvin Tucker of Dallas re-
cently visited her husband, Cpl. Mel-
vin Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Tucker, who is in the Medi-
cal Corps of the 19th General Hospi-
tal unit, Camp Livingston, Alexan-
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Little Janice Price, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price, Hickory
Tree Road,, is very ill.
Patsy Harber of Dallas spent last
weekend with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lander.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lawrence of
Ft. Worth spent Sunda ynight with
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lawrence.
Mrs. L. W. Iiustmyre and Miss Ce-
leste Smith from Orange are visit-
ing thei rsister, Mrs. C. F. Houser.
Mrs. Annie Tosch left Tuesday
morning to be with her sister, Mrs.
J. W. Wellons, who was injured in
a bus accident in Beaumont.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston of Ar-
lington were Sunday guests of Mrs.
L. E. Cullom. In the afternoon they
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillery
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Club members and their husbands
were entertained with a Hallowe’en
party Saturday evening at the home
of Mrs. W. C. Smith. Games and con-
tests furnished the amusements. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Works and Mr. and
Mrs. King were among the guests.
Refreshments of pie and coffee
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Murphree H. D.
The Murphree H. D. Club met
Monday, November 2 at the school.
A Bingo party was planned for Fri-
day night, Nov. 13 at the Murphree
School. Admission 20c and play Bin-
go or other games free—prizes for
all. New officers were elected. Mrs.
D. W. Reagon, president; Mrs. J.T.
Waddell, vice-president; Mrs. Lloyd
Briley, sec’y-treasurer; Miss Faye
Rose, council dedgate; Mrs. O. C.
McDearman, alternate delegate.
Mrs. W. M. Hill has been ill.
Mrs. F. M. Humphreys of Dallas
spent the weekendwith her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lloyd Briley and family.
The Macedonia Baptist Church has
organized a B.T.U. class whch meets
every Sunday evening at 7 o’clock.,
which meets every Wednesday night
at 8 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Reagan visit-
ed in Waxahachie Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McSpadden
and daughter of Dallas visited Mrs.
Nora Durrett Sunday.
Miss Laura Ellen Reagon who is
attending school at N.T.S.T.C'., was
home the past weekend.
Mrs. J. T. Waddell and Miss Faye
Rose visited their mother, Mrs. MflA.
Rose in. Meriden recently.
Sunday nightvisitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Briley were Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Thomas of Dallas.
The Murphree H. D. is sponsoring
a bingo party Friday night, Nov. 13.
The public is invited.
Miss Etna Holford of Dallas is vi-
siting friends in Mesquite.
John C. Dasch spent last weekend
in Houston with his children.
Mrs. Earl Sharp of Houston spent
Saturday night with Mrs. John C.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Rutherford,
and son Larris, Mrs. Sis Bennett,
Miss Etna Holford visited Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Chase last Thursday.
Mrs. E. J. Burgess and Miss Billie
Ledbetter attended the National
Beautician Association Meeting at
the Adolphus Hotel Tuesday night.
Plans of the Beauticians Clinic to be
held at the Adolphus Sunday, Nov.
15 were discussed.
Joe Lawrence and Mrs. Wilma
Carrington visited Mrs. Iris Taliafer-
ro in Henderson Sunday. Mr. Law-
rence attended the Louisiana State
Fair in Shreveport last week. Mrs.
Taliaferro spent Tuesday in Mesquite
as a guest of Mr. Lawrence and
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Cook, Mrs. A. J. The Texas Mesquiter (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, November 6, 1942, newspaper, November 6, 1942; Mesquite, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth855339/m1/3/: accessed August 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mesquite Public Library.